One of the most powerful features of SciencePipes is the ability to use the output of a pipe as a web resource. What this means is that each result that a pipe produces has a URL. Here's an example.
One of the pipes we have loaded into SciencePipes creates a chart of eBird.org submissions over the past week. That pipes is the "Weekly eBird Activity - Submissions" pipe. You can see its latest output by checking out its latest results. Of the several results that the pipe produces, the most interesting is the chart itself. Since that chart has a URL, we can link in into this page, or any other site on the web, like this:
Daily submissions to eBird.org over the past week
Obviously eBird has bird observations being submitted to it almost every hour of the day. While we don't want this pipe to run every minute, we have told the pipe that it probably wants to run every four hours or so. What that means is that when the pipe chart result is requested, SciencePipes will check to see how old the current result is and re-run the pipe if the chart is more than fours hours old. Because of this, the chart above should always be up-to-date, or at least no more than a few hours old. Yet, the URL to the chart never changes, so it can be embedded in articles like this one.